Technology company outgrows embedded computing-only role; changes name to Mercury Systems

CHELMSFORD, Mass., 13 Nov. 2012. Executives of Mercury Computer Systems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., say their company has outgrown its traditional role as a high-end embedded computing company with its recent expansion into RF and microwave technologies, and has changes the company's name to Mercury Systems to reflect the firm's growing capabilities.

"For over 30 years, we have been delivering best-in-class embedded processing technology to our prime contractor customers. That will never change," explains Mark Aslett, president and CEO of Mercury Systems.

"Today, we deliver a broader set of sensor processing solutions than ever before and with our expanded capabilities in RF and microwave, and we are better poised to meet the sensor processing and big data processing challenges in the defense industry and intelligence community," Aslett continues.

The company's common stock will continue to be listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market and trade under its current ticker symbol: "MRCY." In addition, the company changed its website to as part of a rebranding campaign.

The company's longtime web address had been, and users who go to that address are redirected to the company's new website address.

For more information contact Mercury Systems online at

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